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Things to do in Upper East Side

 You'll hear downtowners discuss their unease about anything above 23rd Street–unfortunately, they're missing out. Most famous for its exquisite townhouses, top private schools and Museum Mile (the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim and the Cooper Hewitt–just to name a few)–all provide noteworthy entertainment for just about any crowd.

 
 
 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

The Guggenheim is a popular museum for fans of modern art and architecture visiting New York City. The Frank Lloyd Wright building that houses the Guggenheim Museum is probably the most famous aspect of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, but visitors will also enjoy exploring the permanent collection and the ever-changing array of exhibitions.

 

 Central Park

Central Park

The second most-visited tourist attraction in America and the most-visited urban park in America can be found in New York City's core, Central Park, which receives over 40 million annual visitors. Providing 843 acres of urban greenery, the 6.5 acre Central Park Zoo and Loeb Boathouse.

 Sant Ambroeus

Sant Ambroeus

Sant Ambroeus an Upper East Side favorite since 1982 provides great service with tasty meals and an excellent espresso and cappuccino bar. Pop in after spending your day on Museum Mile.